Jonas Rosenfield, former president of the American Film Marketing Assn., who was responsible for that market's success, died Wednesday in his sleep at his home in Pacific Palisades. He was 84.
BevHills law firm Weissmann, Wolff, Bergman, Coleman & Silverman has added the name of entertainment and sports attorney Henry Holmes to its banner.
Russia's flourishing domestic TV production scene took a leap forward on May 30 with the announcement of a merger between two top companies, producer Gold Vision and advertising broker-agency Video…
Tito Puente, the playful bandleader who ushered in the first Latin invasion of American popular music, died Wednesday night at the age of 77 at New York U Medical Center.
Producer Wendy Finerman ("Forrest Gump," "Stepmom") has hired David Stefanou as vice president of development and Tiffany Ericksen as creative executive of her Fox 2000-based production shingle.
Signaling that there's life in the beleaguered distrib yet, Italy's financially troubled Cecchi Gori Group has emerged from a prolonged period of in-activity to pick up three key titles at the Cannes…
USA Films has laid out six figures for "I-95," a comic pitch that will be written by Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely and produced by Rockfish Films, the shingle run by Josh and Jonas Pate and…
In a restructuring that reflects MGM Home Entertainment's separation from Warner Home Video as its distribution partner earlier this year, MGM has promoted marketing executive Robert Wittenberg and…
Hip-hop Web site Hookt.com has closed a $12 million second round of funding.
"Being John Malkovich" director Spike Jonze will be crowned this year's Best New Filmmaker at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards.
Paris and Versailles are to be the scene this weekend of a monumental TV production of Giuseppe Verdi's "La Traviata," with a potential live audience of 1.5 billion around the world in 125 countries.